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Unfinished Reclaimed Mixed Hardwoods Flooring (FL493)

Our Unfinished reclaimed Mixed Hardwoods flooring is available in a beautiful blend of different species of reclaimed wood, perfect for creating a unique and striking look in any space. With a wide range of colors and grain types, the possibilities are nearly infinite, and the Unfinished option allows for even more creativity and customization.

With tones from pale white to medium browns and reds, our Mixed Hardwood flooring is a versatile choice that can complement both vintage and modern designs. At E&K we understand that each board is unique, with its own source, age, and weathering that contribute to its one-of-a-kind look. That’s why we take great care in hand-selecting the perfect pieces to create a stunning finished product, whether you’re looking for a rustic feel or a more refined look. Let us work with you to find the right selections to bring your design vision to life with our Unfinished reclaimed Mixed Hardwoods flooring.


Species:Mixed Hardwood
Thickness:5/8″ or 3/4″
Standard Widths:3″, 5″, 6 1/2″,8″, 10″, Random Widths
Standard Lengths:2′ – 10′
Standard Thickness:5/8″ or 3/4″
Milling:All flooring has T&G and Back Relief
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Reclaimed Mixed Hardwood Flooring Spec Sheet

About Reclaimed Wood Flooring

  • All flooring products are available in custom widths and lengths based on availability.
  • Varied amounts of knots, nail holes, surface checks, and other character marks. Character marks are filled on Finished Flooring, optional to be filled on Unfinished Flooring.
  • All flooring is available as solid wood or as an engineered product with a 4mm – 6mm wear layer on a plywood substrate.
  • Reclaimed wood flooring is sourced from barns, factories, homes and other old structures and provenance can be provided on request.
  • Our dedicated finishing team will create custom floors that perfectly match the vision of your project.
  • Our reclaimed wood floors may contain saw marks, nail holes, surface checks, and other historic characteristics.
  • Flooring Specifications
  • How to Order